The Bay series 3 murder 'solved' by fans who all make the same complaint after first episode

THE Bay series three brings the audience a brand new story – but viewers say they've already figured out whodunnit.

Fans of the hit ITV murder mystery grumbled on Twitter after just one episode, saying the killer was obvious.

New to town, DS Jenn Townsend is immediately thrown into the deep end when a body is found in the bay on her first day in the job.

Her investigation draws her into the lives of aspiring young boxer Saif's grieving but suspicious family who clearly have secrets.

People quickly pointed fingers at Saif's brother on Twitter, writing: "We going with Jamal did it?"

It all seemed to add up too soon, as others spotted Jamal looked older than his apparent 16 years.

One posted: "By the look of the 16-year-old Jamal who looks more like 35, I reckon he did it!"

And another wrote: "Bad casting… how old is Jamal if in same class as that other lad"

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"Has Jamal been held back at school? For like 40 years?"

"Jamal is the only boy at high school with a wife, mortgage and two kids he's putting through uni!" another baffled fan wrote.

Others had different theories, with one claiming DS Townend's handsome husband had something to do with the grisly death.

Seeing him in the final scene tonight, the person insisted on Twitter: "He’s her husband! He’s the killer!"

Marsha has replaced actress Morven Christie, who will not return to the ITV murder mystery series.

After two successful series on The Bay, Scottish actress Morven made the decision to leave the show, without giving a reason.

The show's producers told ITV: “The show’s producers thank Morven for her brilliant contribution to The Bay and wish her every success for the future.

“While the DNA of the show remains the same, the change of lead offers up the exciting opportunity to place a new character at the centre of the drama and explore the world of Morecambe from a fresh perspective.”

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